On September 22, 2021 the state cabinet of Haryana headed by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar approved the implementation of Mukhyamantri Bagwani Bima Yojana (MBBY) for assisting the horticulture farmers in the state. Under this scheme the state government will cover the losses faced by the horticulture farmers. It tends to compensate the farmers for losses due to natural calamities and adverse weather changes. Loss borne by the farmers due to flood/ excess rainfall, drought, hailstorms, etc., will be covered. This scheme will deal with increasing the cultivation of horticulture crops. It also aims at boosting the horticulture sector in the state. The state government has kept a seed capital of Rs. 10 crores for this scheme.
|Scheme||Mukhyamantri Bagwani Bima Yojana (MBBY)|
|Scheme Under||Haryana Government|
|Approved By||Haryana State Cabinet headed by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar|
|Approval Date||September 22, 2021|
|Implementation By||Department of Horticulture|
|Beneficiaries||Horticulture Farmers across the state|
|Objective||To compensate the crop losses faced by horticulture farmers thereby encouraging them to increase the cultivation of high risk horticulture crops.|
Objectives and Benefits:
- The main objective of the scheme is welfare of the farmers in horticulture sector across the state.
- Under this scheme, the farmers will be provided with a coverage for horticulture crops.
- This scheme will also compensate the crop losses faced by the farmers due to abiotic factors.
- It aims at relieving them from the vicious debt circle of the money lenders in case of financial crisis due to crop loss.
- This scheme aims at ensuring development of horticulture sector in the state.
- It tends to increase overall productivity high risk horticulture crops.
- It aims at welfare and benefit of the farmers in the state.
- Haryana state cabinet headed by Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar approved the implementation of Mukhyamantri Bagwani Bima Yojana (MBBY) on September 22, 2021.
- This scheme aims at providing assistance and ensuring welfare of the horticulture farmers in the state.
- Under this scheme, the state government will provide an assurance cover as well as compensate the crop losses faced by horticulture farmers.
- About 21 vegetable, fruits and spice crops will be covered under the scheme.
- Crops losses are due to abiotic factors like drought, heavy rainfall, forest fire, etc., and biotic factors like crop diseases, insect infection, pests, etc.
- This scheme will cover all the losses incurred due to abiotic factors which include natural calamities and unusual weather changes.
- Under this scheme a sum assured of Rs. 30,000 will be provided to the farmers for vegetables and Rs. 40,000 will be provided for spice crops.
- The farmers will be required to give only Rs. 750 for vegetables and Rs. 1000 for spice crops.
- Interested farmers will have to register their crop and area under this scheme on the ‘Mera Fasal, Mera Byora’ portal.
- Season wise registration period will be notified on the portal.
- In case of loss, the registered farmer will have to make a claim for availing the compensation benefit.
- Authorities will conduct a survey and inspect the reason and extent of loss and accordingly the claim will be approved.
- This scheme tends to encourage the horticulture farmers to grow high risk horticulture crops in the state.
- The state government has kept aside a seed capital of Rs. 10 crores for this scheme.